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Friday, January 10, 1936
THE PILOT, Southern Pine>j and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Civic Club Bridge at
Hollywood January 15
Dr. Green and Mrs. Young
Speakers at Interesting Meet
ing Last Friday
This afternoon, Friday, the regular
monthly business meeting of the Civ
ic Club will be held at the clubhouse
at 3:00 o’clock ,for club members
only, with Miss Cock presiding.
One of the looked forward to par
ties of the Civic Club season will be
on Wednesday, January 15th, at the
Hollywood Hotel. This will be a De-
tv,of tho rp. to resume her studies,
sert Bridge, meaning that the re
freshments are served ahead of play- Mrs. E. L. Barber is doing substi-
ing the bridge game. Th hour is 1:30, tute teaching in the grammar school
with play beginning at 2:30. Tables for Miss Allen, sixth grade teacher.
The Week in Aberdeen
Little Jacky Taylor is recovering
from a siricus illness, having recent
ly had pneumonia follcwed oy meas
Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Womack have
moved to Greensboro where Mr.
Womack will be associated with the
Guilford National Bank. During their
Zaing Stone; The Open Door at
Home, Charles A. Beard; American
Beauty, Edna Ferber; The Link, Mc
Donald; I Was a Spy, Martin Mc
Kenna; and the Garden of Memories,
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Jordan an-
|20 Men Needed For i
I Hemp Mosquito Job
Control Projects, Two-Thirds
I Completed, Held Up For Lack
^ of Labor
j "Two-thirds of the mosquito con-
■ trol project near the town of Hemp
stay in Aberdeen Mr. Womack was er. Myrtle Louise, to Homer Hagler
assistant liquidating agent of the ' on Sunday, December 1, 1935 at the
Page Trust Company.
nounce the marriage ^f their daught- has been completed and one-third re
mains to be done but is held up tor
lack of labor. Twenty men for about
thiee months are requirde to finish
Miss Frances Jean Freeman has
returned to Meredith College, Raleigh,
may be made up, or one may go alone
and join a table at the party. The cost
for everything will be fifty cents,
and there will be a prize for each
tabic. Playing cards should be provid
ed by the players. Reservations may
be made to Mrs. Pottle at the Holly
wood Hotel, or by calling Mrs. Harry
Last week Friday, the Civic Club
presented a program that would bear
repeating to a larger audience than
the weather permitted to assemble, and
the club feels most grateful to its
speakers. Dr. Green, a winter resi
dent of Southern Pins, spoke on two
problems of civic interest, the crime
wave sweeping the country, and his
work in the prison camps, including
a camp clos at hand, and then he
talked of the work of the Boy
who was unable to return to her work
on account of a fractured hip sus-
1 heme of the Rev. Homer H. Schuller,
at McColl, S. C. Miss Jordan has been
the assistant manager at Mack’s
Five and Ten Cent Store, and Mr.
Hagler is the manager of the Stand
ard Filling Station here.
The Aberdeen-Pinebluff Parent-
Teachers Association will hold its
January meeting next Wednesday af
ternoon, January 16th at 2:30 at the
tained in a fall at her home at Latta, grammar school in Aberdeen. A large
S. C., during the holidays.
Mrs. B. D. Wilson of Chapel Hill
spent several days with friends here
Mr. and Mrs. David Coffey and
little daughter have moved to Pine-
hurst where Mr. Ccffey has accept
ed a position.
Mrs. J. A. Lawrence and children
have returned from Chesterfield, S.
C., where they have been visiting rel
Miss Miriam Johnson rturned to
the job," Dr. J. Symington, Public |
Health Officer told The Pilot this .
"Other mosquito control projects
in Moore county have been completed, '
and some have not been fortunate
enough to bs sanctioned. ^
“Malaria is not a seriou.s problem
in the county though there are some
scattered cases. Mosquitos, however,
can increase rapidly and it is advis
able that mosquitcs always be kept
under control. Old wells should be
cov:ied up, indeed all wells should
' be covered and made mosquito-prcot
Mr. and Mrs. Harris T. Williams of ^^.^ether in use or not.
Clayton, .N. Y„ are occupying Dr. ,
Royce’s cottage for a few months. disgraceful to
Dana McNeill, who. has been spend- ^
ing the holidays at his home here, re-, ^ mennce to
turned Tuesday night to Andover, standing
Mass., to resume his studies. i breeding places for
Miss Dorothy Wallace of Rocky | Tin cans might be ground
A Quiet Home-Like Family Hotel
Pleasantly Located on Vermont Avenue Neiar the Pines
SEASON OCTOBER 1ST TO JUNE 1ST
Nicely furnished comfortable apartments for rent
Mrs. W. N. GREARSON
Telephone 6933 Southern Pines, N. C.
attendance is requested.
i Mount spent the week-end with her „iar.
^ J , 1. T up to i>.rm gravel tor concrete, also
Randolph-Macon College at Lynch- patents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wallace. , f ..
1VI. ygg(j fgj. fiHmg up crosions, or they
! burg, Va.. last Sunday. She is a mem
ber cf the Senior class. i Robert, Jr., of Nelson, Va. ,are visit-
, - - T-i T3 iv/rino oy takmg the bottom cut of them and
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Maynard, Miss 1 ®
Mrs. Robert Carrington and son, enriching the soil
Edna Maurer, Craig Maynard, Frank
ig Mrs. Carrington’s parents, Mr.
Scouts and the wonderful teaching Scott Russell spent last Sun.
the boys, and girls too, are receiv- Raleigh.
ing in being good citizens. With this Leonard Russell of the CCC Camp
group of young people growing into Monroe spent the week-end in
responsibility, it would look as visiting his family,
though o-ur country should be sate, | j^j. y q ^yler and small
and we will hope that it w^:U have a | have returned from Morristown,
mighty influence on ridding us of the i Tenn., where they spent the holidays
undesirables that we already have relatives.
within our borders, and will also help | Frances Walker, secretary in
to pass laws to keep us from allow
ing any more of the Mafia type of
foreign undesirables from remaining
even over night on our side of the
Atlantic, he said.
Dr. Green explained that many of
the younger men in our prison camps
had done wrong because of ignorance,
lack of early training and opportun
ities, and finding welcome in the
wrong group of society. There is a
wide field for many idle hands, in
fact for all to be helpful in this
work not only in the cities, but in the
Another speaker of unusual inter
est was Mrs. Lucy E. Young of
Pittsburgh, who told stories of Sal
vation Army work, not alone of as
sistance given to the “down and out
er” but to the intelligent class, too
discouraged to go on alone, and how
they are returned to normal life and
WOMAN, SHOT BY HUPBAND,
H.\S LEG AMPUT.4TEU
the Department cf Agriculture in
Washington sjJent the holidays in
Aberdeen visiting her foster parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Worsham.
Miss Alice Wilder has returned
from Memphis, Tenn., where she at
tended a meeting of the young peo
ple of the Southern Methodist
Mioses Kate and Lena Stewart,
Bet.'jy Jean Johnson, Mabel
and Frances V/imberly returned
their studies at Flora Macdonald
and Mrs. Garland McCaskill.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guild and two
children of Washington, D. C., were !
callers in town Sunday. They were
called to Sanford by the serious ill- j
ness of Mr. Guild’s mother who is i
spending the winter at the Sanford
Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Tomkinson of
Lansdcwne, Pa., have taken an apart
ment in Southern Pines for a few j
weeks. Mr. Tomkinson is a brother of
Mrs. Levi Packard. j
Miss Ruth Abbott of Danbury,!
Conn., who has been caring for her i
aunt, Mrs. Myron C. Knapp returned
to her noni« \A'ounesday inght.
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(Automatic Coal Burner)
ESSOHEAT FUEL OIL
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placing them in the garden as ferti-
I lizer. Each tin surrounding a vege-
j table or flower rock in the soil placed
in this position gradually decays and
is absorbed in the earth and feeds
plants, vegetables or flowers.
“We wish to see the road sides'
kept beautiful and not made ugly and H
a source of danger, and old tin cans
made useful instead of a blot on the
Miss Magdalene Haru'y of Cameron
.spent the week-end in the home of
her uncle, Verge Hardy.
rr, o* 1 r -J , K. W. and John Henry IlcCaskill of
Mrs. Juha T. Stuckey of Glenside, | Springs spent Th.,rsday with
, .1., is spending the winter v.’it.h her . g,.
1 si.'jter, Mrs. Levi Packard. I Raymond Evans, Mrs. Tom Bailey,
Mips Florence Fowle is inviting the Mrs. Therlow Evans and Miss Effie
^ ^to Pinebliiff to an evening of Bailey of near Vass visited Mesdames
°' entertainment Friday night at the j c. B. and Alton Blue Sunday after-
Firemen's Hall. The children will noon.
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Southern Pines, N. C
Modern, convenient, reasonable
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CHARLES J. SADLER, Mgr.
Southern Pines, N. C.
CoJlege, Red Springs, after spending, ;
Bilmore Johnson, colored, of Car
thage, was on Monday in Recorder’s
Court bound to the Superior Court
under bond of $2,500 on a charge of
assaulting his wife, Mary Johnson,
with a deadly weapon with intent to
kill. Following a quarrel with his wife
Johnson is alleged to have shot her
in the leg, injuring her so seriously
that the wounded limb had to be am
Luther Dowty, colored, of the We.st
End section of the county was £cund
guilty of operating an automobile in
a careless and reckless manner. He
was given a 30-day road sentence, to
be suspended upon payment of a fine
cf $25 and the costs. He gave notice
of appeal to the higher court and
bond was fixed at $100.
A breaking and entering case
against Will Goodon, colored, of
Southern Pines, was continued due
to the fact that Goodon is already on
the roads serving time given him in j
the holidays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pleasants and
Bob Maurer spent last Sunday in
Florence, S. C., visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Maurer and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Thomas
spent last Friday in Mount Gilead
Forrest Lockey was a business visi
tor in New York City during the past
Misses Dee Batchelor and Marcella
Folley have returned to Peace Col
lege in Raleigh after spending the
Christmas holidays at home.
Miss Edythe Creel is visiting
friends in Raleigh.
The Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Hall were
called to Windsor, Va., Sunday night,
where Mrs. Hall’s sister is very ill
Jones Bacon, Jr., of the Army Post,
Kelly Field, Texas ,is spending a 30-
day furlough iu Aberdeen visiting
Mrs. Walter McCaskill and child-
8:00 o’clock. Games and dancing will | leturned Saturday frcm a ten-
be in order, | visit with Mrs. McCaskill’s rel-
Bai’ry and daughter,, -j^tiycs near Sanford.
J.Irs. H. E. Bairy and
Waneta and Katherine of Rocking
ham spent the week-end with Mrs.
Barry’s mother, Mrs. Eldredge.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the M.
E. Church will hold a Silver Tea at
the home of Mrs. J. L. DeYoe on Jan
uary 17 from 3:30 to 5 p. m.
Mrs. Nettie McRae and Mr. and
Mrs. D, J. Blue were luncheon guests
Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I
John Tillman of near Euphronia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Johnson and !
i daughters Bobby of Asheboro return-
1 ed to their heme Thursday after
j spending the holidays in the home of
I Mrs. Johnson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A, Michael.
G. H. Monroe of Raleigh spent sev- Mrs. F. W. Von Canon and chil-
eral days during the Christmas sea- dren of West End visited Mrs. Nannie
sen with his mother, Mrs. A. E. Mon- and Miss Annis McCaskill on Sunday,
roe. I Dr. and Mrs. Wayland Blue and
C. E. Monroe of Williamsburg, Va., 1 children of Jonesboro were luncheon
spent the holidays with relatives here.' guests Sunday of Miss Kittie Blue and
Southern Pines, North Carolina, U. S. A.
A Country Day and Boarding School for children under four
teen years. Thorough preparation for leading schools.
All out-door activities in sunny, bracing climate..
OPEN-AIR CLASSES MUSIC, ART, HANDICRAFT
References Illustrated booklet.
MILLICENT A. HAYES, Principal
Charlie and Alton Green of Broad
way visited friends in Niagara during
Ira Bullard and family of Lemon
Springs visited relatives here the past
Mrs. Lula Palmer.
Miss Mary Page left this week for week.
Norfolk, Va., where she will visit her
cousin, Mrs. Herbert.
Mrs. R. N. Page, Sr., spent last
Tuesday in Raleigh where she attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Thad Page’s
mother, Mrs. A. C. Hinton.
John R. McLean and son Thaddeus
have been ill for the past week,
Miss Elizabeth David is returning
to the Moore County Hospital this
week for treatment.
Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson and daught-
another case. This breaking and en- j^jgg Miriam, were visitors in Fay-
tering case, which did not come up for | gtteville last Friday,
trial until after the defendant had
already been tried fcr the other case,
will be held over and will probably
greet him upon the completion of the
sentence now being served.
M.\RY KATHRYNE WILSON
IS BRIDE IN B.\LTIMORE
The marriage of Miss Mary Kath-
ryne Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Alice
Wilson Isgett of Cameron and the
late John Tibbett Wilson, and William
LeCombte Richardson of Baltimore
was solemnized on December 31st at
the home of the groom’s sister, Mrs.
W. A. Salmon in Baltimore. The Rev.
Dr. J. R. Nelson, pastor of the Almeda; Robert Gwyn for the club.
Mrs. W. A. Blue was hostess to the
Walter Hines Page Book Club at her
home last Thur.?«iay afternoon. The
program was “Christmas,” and
the house addrned with holiday dec
orations. Mrs. S. E. Sloan j gave a
mas tree. Mrs. S. E. Sloan gave a
Christmas scripture selection, Luke
1:26-28. Mrs. C. M. Wilson a paper,
“Two Portrayals of the Nativity by
the Old Masters,” and a symposium,
“Memories of Other Christmasses.”
Mrs. Mack Wallace entertained her
bridge club at her home last Friday
night with three tables in play. Mrs.
Jcnes Macon was winner of the high
score among the guests and Mrs.
Baptist church, formerly of Hender
son, performed the ceremony. A din
ner was given in honor of the bride
and groom after which the couple
left for Philadelphia and Atlantic City
for a short stay. They will reside in
Baltimore where Mr. Richardson is in
Baked goods as only the farmer’s
wife can bake ’em, at the Southern
Pines Curb Market Saturdays.
The Page Memorial Library now
has on its shelves for distribution to
its patrons the following new books:
The Adams Family, James Thurslow
Adams; The Master of Jalna, Mazo
De La Roche; The Second Shot, Bark
ley: Shadows on the Rock, Willa
Gather; The Great Prince Shan, E.
Phillips Oppenheim; So Red The Rose,
Stark Young; The Ringer Returns,
Edgar Wallace; Hatters Ca.stle, A. J.
Crpnin; The Cold Journey, Grace
The Rev. J. S. Johnson delivered a
splendid sermon at the village church
on Sunday morning before
R. B. Smith and friends of Raleigh
visited relatives in this section the
E. M. Marble and J. P. Goodwin of
West Farrington, Maine, stopped to
see friends here Tuesday while en-
route on a sight seeing trip to Flor
The stork stoppec^ in Niagara the
past week and left a bouncing baby
girl in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
C. Garner. |
Signs of business picking up: C. E. |
Covington is sporting a new 1936
Mrs. W. McC. Blue and daughter
Virginia Ray returned home Thurs- 1
day after being at the bedside of |
Mrs. Blue’s father, Mr. McLean of j
Eagle Springs, during his illness and j
Miss Margaret McLeod returned ;
a large ! Tuesday to Flora Macdonald College ;
I after spending the holidays with her j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McLeod. |
Miss Helen McLendon of Durham
spent a few days in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Ray before entering
Farm Life School Monday.
SEV EN NEW SCHOOL BUSES
DELIVERED TO COUNTY
MOTHER OF MRS. TH.XD P.\GE
‘ DIES IN RALEIGH HFOSPIT.^L
Mrs. A. C. Hinton, mother of Mrs.
Thad S. Page cf Aberdeen and
Washington, D. C., died in the Mary
Elizabeth Hospital in Raleigh on
Monday after a critical illness of sev
eral weeks. She was 69 years of ap^**
and had made her home with her son,
R. S. Hinton, deputy clerk of the City
Court in Raleigh.
Funeral services were held Tuesday
afternoon from the First Presbyterian
Seven 1936 model Chevrolet buses
for transporting children to and from j Church, with burial following in Oak-
school have been received in Moore i wood Cemetery.
county and have been distributed, one
to each of the following schools:
Aberdeen, Cameron, Carthage, Hemp,
Pinehurst, Vass and West End.
The new buses are much larger
Mrs. Hinton is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. John D. Cooper of
Henderson and Mrs. Thad Page of
Washington, D. C.; three sons, R. S.
Hinton of Raleigh, Jack Hinton of
than the old ones and will accommo-1 Creedmoor and Andrew Hinton of
There was a man in our town
And he was wondrous wise;
He had a little motor car
Which he did highly prize.
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A home-like place to spend the night or season.
RATES: $4 to $6 per day or $25 to $40 per week.
Dinners, $1.00—Served 12:30 to 1:30
Luncheons—75c Noon or Night
Waffles with Vermont Maple Syrup—50c, Served at
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hadwen
84 E. Massachusetts Ave. Phone 7265 Southern Pines
date about 60 children, it is said. The
buses being replaced by new ones will
be used fcr substitute purposes.
CLEGG OUT FOR HOUSE
W. R. Clegg, Member of Assembly
from Moore county in the last Legis
lature, has announced for renomina
tion on the Democratic ticket.
Fresh eggs and country produce of
all kinds. Visit the Curb Market Sat
Raleigh; one sister, Miss Miriam Se
well of Raleigh and one brother, Jo
seph Sewell of Wake Forest; and
the following grandchildren: Mrs.
Waddell Gholson, Jr., of Henderson;
Thad and Jack Page of Washington,
D. C.; R. F. Hinton, Jr., and Andrew
Hinton, Jr., of Raleigh.
The Sandhills Woman’s Exchange
will meet this afternoon, Friday, at
3:30 o’clock at the Sojthern Pines
Opening Tuesday at Pinehurst in the
Carolina Hotel Ballroom, 2 P. M.
STUDIO OF DANCE
With Classes in Ballet, Toe, Tap, Acrobatic and
Ball Room Dances.
MRS. REBECCA BALLENTINE
of Raleigh, Director